Why do you choose "54 degrees"? Was it just a coincidence or did you know that this angle has a special astronomical significance? In Angkor Wat, the 12th century temple in Cambodia, the number 54 is related to the earth's precession number and is represented in several features of this temple. Even the nearby Angkor Tom bridge has exactly 54 statues on either side of the bridge. Some historians believe that the builders of the temple had huge knowledge of astronomy and they wanted to pass it on to future generations and therefore they embedded that number and other astronomically significant facts everywhere in the temple structure. Isn't that fascinating? Sometimes I think that the old civilizations were much cleverer than us.
Welcome Home then :)And whatever Soumya wrote I agree :P
@shomo: 54 was a coincidence... but WO! after reading your comment, a nice one at that! :)@banjo: thanks man! :) i still hate you for going to bangalor just after i came back from there though! :P
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